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Engaging Leadership The first management book to describe with numerous original examples, how successful leaders combine 'the three agendas' of strategy, leadership and followers' engagement. It is down to earth, pragmatic and offers a solid toolbox for leaders who are about to engage into a major, large scale change.


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  • Relié: 176 pages
  • Editeur : Palgrave Macmillan (12 mars 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0230577520
  • ISBN-13: 978-0230577527
  • Dimensions du produit: 15,2 x 2,5 x 25,4 cm
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Ce livre arrive (malheureusement) à propos: dans un style direct et captivant, il suggère une manière pragmatique pour mobiliser et motiver ses collaborateurs. Bien utile en ces temps difficiles !
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Par Brandt Edgar sur 21 avril 2009
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Le style est décapant, les exemples convaincants. Sans doute le livre le plus convaincant et crédible que j'ai lu sur la motivation en temps de profondes mutations
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Timely, authentic and practical 16 août 2009
Par Faure Marvin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
As a management consultant heavily engaged in leadership development work I read a lot of such books. Marlier and Parker's timely book is outstanding and should be read by all those interested in management. It provides hope for all those that despair of the value-destroying behaviors so manifest in current management practice.

Containing just the minimum necessary theoretical framework, the book is above all the authentic reflection of what really happens inside organizations. Marlier and Parker ruthlessly expose the common mistakes of senior managers: the thoughtless behaviors, actions or words that achieve the exact opposite of what is desired. They contrast these stories with examples where wiser executives have achieved outstanding results. As they say, "Behaviors create and destroy financial value every day in business".

If you want to create real value for your organization, there is really no alternative to "engaging leadership". You can't do it all yourself, and you won't be successful coercing, bribing or browbeating your followers for long. How else can you succeed than through engaging your followers to be as passionate and committed as you are yourself?

Here are the principles of leadership engagement according to Marlier and Parker:

- We are here to co-create, [...]

- We are interested in your questions and concerns, as well as your creativity and ideas.

- Our style will match our message.

- We need your total engagement, not just blind obedience.

This is of course radically different to the "do as I say" style of leadership actually practiced by so many managers, in spite of their protestations (and perhaps even beliefs) to the contrary. Marlier and Parker analyse why in reality managers find it so difficult to be engaging (listing the eight misconceptions about the leadership engagement process) and provide practical guidance for how to make it work.

The book is timely since I believe we are in the midst of a slow evolution towards "engaging leadership" becoming the dominant style for successful managers. It is a pre-requisite to success in a workplace increasingly populated by Generation Y and by the rejection of an exclusive focus on short-term shareholder return in favor of balancing the needs of all stakeholders over the longer term. Executives no longer monopolise information and good ideas arise at all levels. Under these circumstances a "command and control" leadership style is wrong-headed and (in all except short-term emergencies) is doomed to produce mediocre results at best, if not actual failure.

Disclosure: I have worked professionally with Didier Marlier. I have a very high respect for his ability to assist executives in their leadership challenges.
Inspiring, concise and refreshing book on engaging Leadership 4 mai 2009
Par Ivo Knottnerus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I found this book `Engaging Leadership' written by Didier Marlier and Chris Parker very refreshing and interesting. It is clearly different from other leadership books - and I have read quite a few - it is practical, evidence based from real life cases, and above all VERY recognisable and oh so true. You will immediately see yourself sitting in on many of the occasions Marlier and Parker are describing and thinking `oh yes'.
In chapter 1 they clearly describe the need for change in today's leadership, and we can all immediately recognise this change is not taking place. We are still fooled by the same traps...
Chapter 2, 3, and 4 addresses the core of the book, 'logos' (intellectual or strategic agenda), 'ethos' (style or behavioural agenda) and 'pathos' (emotional agenda), and it is highly compelling and provides a framework which makes perfect sense. It is easy to recognise that one cannot go without the other.
I had some difficulty grasping chapter 5 at first, nevertheless after re-reading it, I understood it gives a whole new insight to leadership engagement, with practical, ready to use guidelines. And that is the strength of this book; there is a good balance between theory and practice; I feel the authors are not reinventing the wheel; however they are picking the strong points of some of the `existing' theory and have redeveloped it, or updated it with new insights.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in leadership because it offers a more complete approach on leadership and enabling change, particularly with regard to managing change in mergers, take-overs and the likes; it applies very well to the current business climate. The many personal stories they tell are entertaining, very recognisable and make reading 'Engaging Leadership' enjoyable, engaging, and inspiring.
Practical advice to modern leaders 4 juin 2009
Par Tommi Juusela - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
"Strategies are [...] no longer a competitive advantage in today and tomorrow's knowledge economy and global, interlinked 'flat world'. The Holy Grail [...] is about energy, passion, flexibility, adaptability, and similar qualities." This quote from "Engaging Leadership" well summarizes the contents of the book. Even with the best strategies the performance of the company is highly dependent on the people, their motivation and the "can do" attitude. To create such a winning attitude, a lot is required from the leader. And in the modern world success requires new recipes.

This book gives practical advice to modern leaders on how to engage as a leader and co-create leadership. The value building behaviors extrapolated from the vast experience of the authors really work in practice and lead to higher performance in every day leadership situations but also during organizational changes and difficult deal negotiations.

The book is clearly written and concise but still vivid. The many narratives from business life, global events and even mythical heroes lighten the text and make it a quick but compelling and educating read.
Highly inspiring and compelling 14 novembre 2009
Par Stefano Argenti - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This beautiful book puts definitely emotions and values at the center of the management experience and thus giving a new key to see our working experiences and relationship.
The three agendas (intellectual, behavioral and emotional) are the key frames in which it is possible to build a leadership style that is indeed modern and efficient, keeping in mind the inner self of people involved.
I knew personally one of the authors in a management course (Marlier) and he is for sure the right guy to describe us such a way of facing day life in a company, challenging transformation and creating value in a proactive and satisfactory way.
In few words: highly recommended.
Practical and thought provoking 13 avril 2009
Par M Lundin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
As an antidote to all the "do-this-and-you-will-be-successful management books", this is a truly inspiring book that neatly ties together strategy, leadership and change. I found all of the concepts in the book easy to grasp and to apply in a practical sense, especially the three agendas of leadership (Intellectual, Behavioral and Emotional) because they correspond well to theories underlying cognitive behavioral therapy. That is, we can think/talk our way into how we feel and thus we can affect our own (and others!) behaviors. I especially like the personal stories shared by the authors, they give life to the concepts and models used.
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